Local teams shine at FIRST Robotics meet

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Paul Garrod • news4garrod@vineyardpress.biz • Courier-Leader photos/Paul Garrod
Paw Paw’ s 2 Paw Robotics team received the 2019 Entrepreneurship Award, at Gull Lake High School last Saturday in the FIRST Robotics Competition in Michigan District Event.Members of the Mattawan WiredCats Robotics team await their chance to compete Saturday at Gull Lake.The Van Buren Technology Center’s Tech Force Robotics team received the 2019 Gracious Professionalism Award at the FIRST Robotics competition last weekend.	 The team also received the Imagery Award in District competition two weeks ago in St. Joseph.Lawton’s Counter Torque Robotics team members are ready for their robot to perform in the FIRST event at Gull Lake High School.

   GULL LAKE - Paw Paw’s 2 Paw Robotics and the Van Buren Tech’s  FIRST robotics team each received awards at Gull Lake High School last Saturday in the FIRST Robotics Competition in Michigan District Event. The event featured teams from 40 different high schools, including Paw Paw, Mattawan, Lawton, Gobles, and the Van Buren Tech’s FIRST robotics team.
   Paw Paw received the 2019 Entrepreneurship Award. Van Buren Tech’s FIRST robotics team received the 2019 Gracious Professionalism Award.
   2 Paw Robotics, Mattawan WiredCats, Lawton Counter Torque Robotics, as well as Van Buren Tech’s FIRST robotics teams  are all awaiting word to see if they will advance to State competition, April 10 to 13, at Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, MI. The top 160 teams will advance.

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